Top Rated Las Vegas Attorney

Revolutionary Law provides expert legal services in the Las Vegas area. We are dedicated to achieving the best possible outcomes for our clients.

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About Us

Revolutionary Law is a client focused, Las Vegas law firm dedicated to expert legal counsel. Our goal is achieve our client’s desired result as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. To that end, we work hard to exceed the expectations of our clients in every aspect of our representation.

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Revolutionary Law: Your Defense Attorney in Las Vegas

Revolutionary Law is a general practice law firm in Las Vegas committed to providing our clients expert, professional legal services in a timely and efficient manner.

Our policy is to keep our clients clearly informed at all times as to the status of their case, allowing them the opportunity to make educated and informed decisions at each step along the way.

We strive to counsel each and every client in a professional, easily understandable and compassionate manner. We specialize in several areas of criminal defense in Las Vegas as well as family law and bankruptcy.

Serving the Following Areas

Representing clients in:

  • Las Vegas
  • Henderson
  • Green Valley
  • Anthem
  • Centennial Hills
  • Paradise
  • Meadows
  • Summerlin
  • Spring Valley
  • North Las Vegas
  • Boulder City
  • Mesquite and all cities in Clark County

Including the following courts:

  • United States District Court District of Nevada
  • United States Bankruptcy Court District of Nevada
  • Eighth Judicial District Court
  • Clark County Nevada Courts
  • Las Vegas Justice Court
  • Las Vegas Municipal Court
  • North Las Vegas Justice Court
  • North Las Vegas Municipal Court
  • Henderson Municipal Court
  • Henderson Justice Court
  • Boulder City Justice Court and Boulder City Municipal Court

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